American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Mentioned previously.
- n. The one or ones mentioned previously.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Mentioned before; forementioned.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Previously mentioned; before-mentioned.
- adj. being the one previously mentioned or spoken of
- From afore- + mentioned. (Wiktionary)
“Maybe consider a lefty Tikka T3 or Savage in aforementioned .243 or maybe 7mm-08 if for some reason the A-Bolt doesn't suit her.”
“This means, alas, no quiz tomorrow morning, and probably no posting tomorrow, as I will be in aforementioned meeting.”
“While Deeba remains a bit idealised, she is still a far more realistic and plausible character than the heroes we usually meet in aforementioned tales.”
“Is this what Jeff Vandermeer meant when he titled his aforementioned post about paperbacks and e-book pricing “E-Books and Issues of Entitlement?””
“If you do, and you are perhaps more familiar with The Chinatown Death Cloud Peril (also featuring Lovecraft), then the aforementioned is very much in the tradition of this book, except Shadows Bend does not suffer from the sometimes tedious diversions in the other book.”
“There is an entire shelf in aforementioned mentioned bookcase that I have not read.”
“Some things deserve to be called out and the aforementioned is one of them.”
“Disclaimer: The aforementioned is purely for the entertainment purposes of the heart and spirit.”
“The idea, repeating what was aforementioned, is to create a more organized site, making better use of the information that accumulates on it with time.”
“How soon we forget that September of '08 led to Dow 6,469 in March of' 09, hence me coining the aforementioned term "economic amnesia" to describe the public's short-term memory meltdown.”
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